Bresky Announces Spring Schedule
Dec. 11, 2017

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By Wake Forest Athletic Communications (@WakeMTennis)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- Wake Forest head men's tennis coach Tony Bresky announced the Demon Deacons' schedule for the upcoming 2018 spring season.

Highlighting the schedule, Wake Forest University will serve as the host site for the 2018 NCAA Tennis Championships, which will run from May 17-28.

In the regular season, the Demon Deacons are scheduled to play 11 matches at home and six on the road. If the Deacs were to advance to the National Team Indoor Championships, there is the possibility for an additional four road matches to be added to the schedule. Ten of the 17 scheduled matches are against teams that advanced to the tournament a year ago.

The season begins on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 26-27, with the ITA Kickoff Weekend where Wake Forest will welcome Old Dominion, Vanderbilt and Portland to town. If the Deacs were to win the four-team tournament, they would qualify for the 16-team ITA National Team Indoor Championships, held Feb. 16-19 in Seattle, Washington.

Wake Forest will hit the road for the first time on Sunday, Feb. 11, as the Deacs take on Oklahoma State in Stillwater. The Deacs will face three additional nonconference opponents in Southern California, Illinois and Florida. USC will come to town on Friday, March 9, while the Fighting Illini head to Winston-Salem for a Tuesday, March 20, match. Wake Forest's match against the Gators is set for Friday, March 30, and opens a four-match homestand for the Demon Deacons.

The ACC opener for the Deacs will be at Virginia Tech on Friday, March 16. The Black & Gold will hit the road for ACC matches against Miami (3/23), Florida State (3/25), North Carolina (3/28), Louisville (4/13) and Virginia (4/15).

ACC opponents who will come to Winston-Salem include Duke (3/18), Notre Dame (4/1), Clemson (4/6), Georgia Tech (4/8), Boston College (4/20) and NC State (4/22).

The ACC Tennis Championship once again returns to Cary, where the Demon Deacons claimed the 2016 title. Opening round action will begin on Wednesday, April 25 and conclude on Sunday, April 30.

The first and second rounds of the NCAA Championships will be held at host sites May 10 through May 12. The 16 remaining teams will then head to Winston-Salem for the remainder of the team championship, which will run May 17-22. Immediately following the conclusion of the team championship, the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships will take place May 23-28.



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